Halloween Kids Craft: Spider Web Plates

These little paper plate webs are so easy to make and are a great way for kids to practice their hand eye coordination.

Supplies Needed:   Black Round Paper Plates
          Hole Punch
        White Yarn
Step 1: Punch holes around the edges of the plate.
Step 2: Cut the yarn and tie it into a knot through one of the holes.

Step 3: Using the cut yarn begin threading it through each hole back and forth into a web like pattern.  
If the yarn seems to long for the kids you can tie it off and two ends and thread it that way.
Cut extra yarn where needed.  
Step 4: Get your spiders ready to place.  I found these felt spiders at a craft store in packages of orange, black, and purple.
They also have stickers on the back.
Step 5: Place the spider on top of the web.

Or place it below the yarn and your web is finished.

Find more fun Halloween ideas in the link up party our spider web plates are featured in below.

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  1. I love this idea! I love how it's not only a cute Halloween decoration but fun for the kids to do. Thanks for sharing!


  2. The first time I ever saw this idea was in Israel. I love how simple and fun it is & I love how you used black plates to wrap the web around. Super cute Jenn!

  3. So cute! I am going to do them at our Halloween party this year, thanks for the idea and thanks for participating in the blog hop!

  4. This is so so cute!! I love it! It's so simple. Oh my kids will love doing this!

  5. Love this idea for my little one's Kindergarten classroom party. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Thank you for this great idea! I just linked to it from Pampered Teacher Subscription Box 5 Halloween Crafts for the Classroom: http://pamperedteacher.com/blogs/news/17767555-5-halloween-crafts-for-the-classroom

  7. I was looking for a simple Halloween craft for first graders to do in a short period of time. This looks adorable! Thanks! (I ordered some cool rubber spiders instead of the foam.)

  8. that you for sharing this idea spider in the plate, I love how it's not only a cute Halloween decoration but fun for the kids.

  9. We're using this as our craft for our Cub Scout Halloween Party. Thanks so much for sharing this! Such an easy cool craft that takes less than 15 minutes for each child to make. To save time, we pre-punched the plates and pre-cut the yarn, and used spider rings to decorate them. I think the total cost for 60 of these was less than $10, thanks to the dollar store. :)